The Ford Bronco Off-Roadeo – a curated off-road playground for Ford Bronco and Ford Bronco Sport Badlands/First Edition order holders and owners – was revealed back in the summer of 2020 and launched roughly one year later. In addition to the original site in Horseshoe Bay, Texas, additional locations were soon added that include Moab, Utah, Las Vegas, Nevada, and Gilford, New Hampshire, with reservations opening up last July. Ford offered some sessions through the winter, but now, it’s gearing up for summertime by opening up Ford Bronco Off-Roadeo reservations for all four locations starting today, according to Bronco Nation.
As was previously the case, owners and order holders of all Ford Bronco models are eligible to attend any of the four locations. Those that own a Bronco Sport Badlands can attend the class in Texas or participate in a brand new pilot in Moab, which takes place in May, though that particular event is nearly sold-out already.
Ford has changed up the Off-Roadeo experience a bit since it launched, and it now takes place across one 10-hour day rather than one and a half days. During that long day, attendees learn all about their Bronco of choice, its many built-in features, and how to use them, as well as a variety of off-road skills, navigation, and recovery techniques.
Each location also features a variety of terrains to tackle, including mud, water, rocks, sand, and all sorts of conditions across carefully curated trails that were designed to show off the Bronco’s capabilities. It’s a truly immersive, educational, and entertaining experience (as we personally found out in Horseshoe Bay last summer), so those that haven’t yet attended an Off-Roadeo might want to go ahead and sign up for one today.